Two and two dating show
And to whet our appetite, NBC has released a sneak peek at what we can expect when US sitcom stars of past and present unite to honour the director.
Then the audience would watch three different videotaped profiles of three potential suitors.
Chuck is politically libertarian conservative, and has spoken publicly in favor of conservative political positions. Like his Wheel of Fortune successor Pat Sajak, he is a devout and active supporter of the Republican Party, and has mainly donated to Republican and conservative causes.
He is best known for saying "We'll be back in 2 and 2", a quote he has mostly used on his game shows to throw to a commercial break.
[Left: Chuck Woolery made a Bass Fishing DVD, too] Chuck Woolery was the host from 1983 to 1994.
(It relaunched in 1998 with host Pat Bullard but ran for just one season.) When it was time for the show to cut to a break, Woolery would memorably announce, “We’ll be back in two and two” and would flash two fingers.
The studio audience would then secretly vote on which candidate they preferred for the guest.